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Kapaa defeats Hawaii Baptist in double OT in D-II

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:46 a.m. HST, Feb 03, 2011

It went back and forth yesterday between No. 4 seed Kapaa and Hawaii Baptist, complete with dramatic shots at the end of regulation and the first overtime.

In the end, Kapaa found a way to pull out a 60-54 victory the Division II quarterfinals of the Hawaiian Airlines/HHSAA Girls Basketball State Championships at Farrington gym.

"They pulled out a nice win," said first-year Kapaa coach Williams Aki Jr. "No matter the outcome I would have been proud of them.

"We're on an emotional high going into the next round. I'm more exhausted than them."

In the second overtime, the Warriors scored the first six points to take a 54-48 lead. Of Kapaa's 12 second-overtime points, 10 came from the free-throw line, including five from Kekai Gonsalves.

In the first overtime, Kapaa scored the first five points, including four from Reggie McCabe, to take a 46-41 lead.

The Eagles stayed close thanks to shaky free-throw shooting down the stretch by the Warriors, who shot 4-for-10 in the first overtime.

Hawaii Baptist had the ball with under 10 seconds remaining and trailing 48-45. Kayla Yamamoto got the ball and hit Amber Au, who hit a wide open 3-pointer from the right corner with 4 seconds left to send it into a second overtime. It was Au's first field goal of the game.

In regulation, Hawaii Baptist had the ball with 40 seconds remaining and the score tied at 39. Yamamoto hit Jennifer Uehara in the post for a bucket with 25 seconds left.

The Eagles' Kimberly Au got a steal on the next possession, but Hawaii Baptist missed two free throws with 13.4 seconds left.

Kapaa brought the ball down the floor and McCabe hit Ethelyn Calvan in the lane for a basket with 7 seconds left. It was Calvan's first points of the game.

 

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At Farrington gym
Kapaa (11-3) 12 6 9 14 7 12 -- 60
HBA (13-2) 13 13 5 10 7 6 -- 54

KAPAA--Ethelyn Calvan 2, Raquelle Matayoshi 1, Kaanoi Marshall 0, Moana Leger 0, Kekai Gonsalves 7, Reggie McCabe 15, Mahea Hanie-Grace 13, Cherrilyn Coloma 5, Jessilyn Aki 16, Katalina Fifita 1, Meleane Moala 0.

HAWAII BAPTIST ACADEMY--Kanoelani Yadao 0, Natasha Travens 4, Amber Au 3, Rebecca Dang 10, Kimberly Au 3, Jennifer Uehara 11, Reana Lee 6, Jordin Ramos 0, Jami-Lyn Grumling 0, Kayla Yamamoto 13, Chazley Baitlon 0, Lauren Sumida 4.

3-point goals--Kapaa 1 (McCabe). Hawaii Baptist 4 (Yamamoto 2, A. Au, Dang).

 

Radford 47, Hawaii Prep 45, OT

No. 1 seed Radford will play on, but it had to survive a huge scare from Hawaii Prep at Farrington.

Jemory Castro scored inside with 2:10 left -- the only points in the 4-minute overtime -- as Radford held off Hawaii Prep, which got 22 points from Leahi Lindsey.

At Farrington gym

HPA (10-6) 14 12 11 8 0 -- 45
Radford (15-0) 20 7 12 6 2 -- 47

HAWAII PREP--Katie Ho 4, Leahi Lindsey 22, Tiana Tabac 0, Chancis Fernandez 19, Lana Queen 0.

RADFORD--Imani Wimbush 6, E'Lexeus Evans 4, Rachell Kapesi 6, Kelsey Bash 12, Jemory Castro 11, Tyler Whitener 0, Korie Johnson 8.

3-point goals--Hawaii Prep 2 (Lindsey 2). Radford 2 (Bash 2).

 

Maryknoll 43, Molokai 41

Ashlee DeSantos scored 12 points and Taylor Wong added 11 as the Spartans defeated the Farmers.

Kalei Adolpho had a game-high 33 points in the loss for Molokai.

At Kaimuki gym

Molokai (12-1) 14 4 12 11 -- 41
Maryknoll (13-2) 14 11 8 10 -- 43

MOLOKAI--Kalei Adolpho 33, Amanda Venegas Makaiwi 2, Kyli Joe Mawae 6, Brianna Tangonan 0, Marissa Sterner 0, Kaira Kaulii-Makaiwi 0.

MARYKNOLL--Asia Villa 7, Maile Goodin 4, Amanda Busmente 1, Taylor Wong 11, Kimiko Mitchell 3, Athena Ochoco 3, Ashlee DeSantos 12,Trinity Alualu 2.

3-point goals--Maryknoll 3 (Wong 3), Molokai none.

 

Kamehameha-Hawaii 65, University 41

Casey Poe had a game-high 22 points to lead Kamehameha-Hawaii.

At Kaimuki gym

University (12-3) 8 9 15 9 -- 41
KS-Hawaii (12-4) 20 14 10 21 -- 65

KAMEHAMEHA-HAWAII--Casey Poe 22, Katelynne Paleka-Kennedy 18, Keana Kaohimaunu 5, Chelsea Poe 10, Shaylyn Kahawai 5, Bobbi Montibon 2, Shaila Apele 2, Shaelyn Matsuoka 1, Namele Naipo-Arsiga 0.

UNIVERSITY--Anuhea Memea 2, Kimiki Matsuda-Lawrence 0, Kianalei Machida 4, Quynne Eharis 19, Querena Natividad 2, Crystal Wang 2, Channelle Maldonado 10, Janse Rasmussen 2.

3-point goals--KS-Hawaii 2 (Kaohimaunu, Kahawai). University 2 (Maldonado 2).

CONSOLATION

Hanalani 42, Honokaa 33

Sarah Lima scored six of her 11 points during a late 12-0 run in the Royals' win.

At Farrington gym

Honokaa (8-9) 8 10 6 9 -- 33
Hanalani (10-7) 13 9 6 14 -- 42

HONOKAA--Kasia Wilson 2, Disa Wilson 0, Demi Liu 2, Shemika Frazier 9, Yvonne Daniels 7, Kalei Lum 4, Jacielyn Huddy-Mendoza 0, Chelsea Requelman 5, Shaena Jardine 0, Dezlie Gibo 0, Precious Chong 2, Sheena Taei 2.

HANALANI--Kira Oyama 6, Brittany Williams 0, Emily Araki0 , Sarah Hyde 4, Kimberly Feng 3, Jessica Clanton 4, Malia Bouillion 0, Catherine Armstrong 0, Nicole Gonzalez 8, Ashley Stamm 6, Sarah Liva 11.

3-point goals--Honokaa 3 (Frazier 2, Lum).

 

Kalani 46, Waianae 41

Corie Kuia scored 18 points for the Falcons.

At Kaimuki gym

Kalani (13-5) 8 11 11 16 -- 46
Waianae (7-10) 13 16 5 7 -- 41

WAIANAE--Lacy Manuel 10, Tiana Johnson 4, Leilani Atuatasi 7, Brittany Perry 8, Mary Keaulana-Riotutar 2, Maccyn Samisoni 10, Kaitlyn Kaahaaina 0.

KALANI--Corie Kuia 18, Marissa Sumida 1, Carly Kakuda 8, Kaiana Iaea 4, Rose Alama 2, Alex Rogers 6, Teualilo 2, Taylor Murai 3, Haley Omiya 2.

3-point goals--Waianae 3 (Manuel 2, Johnson). Kalani 7 (Kuia 4, Rogers 2, Murai).






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